SEMA Show: Wicked Stout

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Overwhelmed by 30-inch diamond-encrusted wheels, bad flame packages, and berbillet madness, the 1967 Toyota Stout caught our eye early this morning. First sold on North American shores in 1964, the Stout was didn't see too many changes by the time this one was made in 1967. We figure it'll probably take all of the Stout's 97 HP to break loose the 70-series Drag-Rite bias plys. [Gallery]

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DISCUSSION

By
grzydj

It's too bad that Toyota got out of the business of selling compact trucks in North America. The Tacoma is just too freakin' huge.

I'm sure this little '67 has some variant of the venerable 20/22R series engine.